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[libreoffice-design] Light Blue for Non-printing characters


Hi all

Displaying Non-printing characters is a commonly used feature by people
formatting documents (or cleaning up oddly formatted text).
I think it's a great idea to have the symbols in another colour. But Light
Blue is hard to see (especially in thin fonts) or maybe it's just my eyes
getting older...

Wouldn't it be possible to add an option to allow the user to select the
colour? (It could be Light Blue as default).

Since version 4.3 is still in Beta stage the option could be added now
before the change to mandatory Light Blue occurs...

I can add a Feature Request in the Tracker if people agree that this makes
sense...

Thanks!

Pedro



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[libreoffice-design] Re: Light Blue for Non-printing charactersV Stuart Foote <VStuart.Foote@utsa.edu>
Re: [libreoffice-design] Light Blue for Non-printing charactersAntonio GarcĂ­a <antoniogarciaiii@gmail.com>
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